redcord comp
Red Cord Records has released a 12 song compilation for the summer titled Red Cord Records Heavy Summer Meltdown. The compilation can be downloaded at Hails & Horns Magazine, and features music from our upcoming summer releases as well as some of our hottest albums from 2010.
The compilation can be downloaded here:
Track Listing:
1. Phinehas – I Am the Lion (from the album thegodmachine, available 7/19/2011)
2. Day of Vengeance – Horseback Riding In Arabia (from the album He Who Has Ears, available now)
3. Your Chance to Die – Requiem for the Blessed Damned (from the album Suscitatio Somnus, available 8/16/2011)
4. A Past Unknown – What If You’re Wrong (from the album To Those Perishing, available 7/19/2011)
5. Righteous Vendetta – The Dawning (from the album The Dawning, available now)
6. Not One Is Upright – The State vs. The Librarian (from the album God Is Not a Watchmaker and The World Is Not Ticking, available now
7. Joliet – Buried Alone (available late summer/early fall 2011)
8. Milosny – Battle Line (from the album Babylon, available now)
9. From the Eyes of Servants – Bridegroom (from the EP El Elyon, release TBD)
10. NoLoveLost – Are You Here To Join The Party? (from the album Without Beginning, Without End, available  5/31/2011)
11. Nigh Is the Hour – Key On The Tree (from the album Moments, available 5/31/2011)
12. Above the Abyss – Complexity Is Chaos (from the album Yeah…. That Just Happened, available 6/21/2011)

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